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A video where I talk about interior setup and quality of the MB GLC300.
It’s the fourth-generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class, freshly updated for 2018. One in five Mercs sold is a C-Class, and if you lump in the old 190 saloon that went before it, this is a car that’s sold nearly ten million units since 1982. Not a car you want to mess up then, yet Mercedes describes this as the biggest update the car has ever had; over 6,500 components have changed, which is nearly 50 per cent of the whole car.
Facelifts. There are light ones, heavy ones and those that look light but are, in fact, really rather heavy. The fourth-generation C-Class has recently undergone a facelift of the latter kind, with around 6500 parts — half of the car’s overall tally — replaced or modified in preparation for battle with BMW’s upcoming successor for the F80-generation 3 Series and an updated Audi A4. First deliveries are set for July, at which point the petrol range begins with a sophisticated ‘mild hybrid’ C200 that pairs a downsized engine with a 48V belt-driven starter/alternator. There’s also a 251bhp C300 displacing two litres rather than the three its name suggests, and both are derived from the same ‘modular’ engine found in the new CLS. With the electrification of the entry-level model, gone is the option of a six-speed manual; a nine-speed torque-converter is now standard.
The Changhe Q7 has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 87.900 yuan and ends at 148.900 yuan. The Change Q7, not to be confused with the Audi Q7, is a new mid-size SUV with a big grille, black pillars, and a seemingly thick roof.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class ranked #4 in Luxury Compact SUVs. Currently the Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class has a score of 8.8 out of 10 which is based on our evaluation of 30 pieces of research and data elements using various sources. #4inLuxuryCompactSUVs #7inLuxurySUVswith2Rows #7inLuxuryCrossoverSUVs #Mercedes-Benz2018 #2018
2018 MERCEDES GLC GLC 300 4MATIC - 4K IN DEPTH WALKAROUND STARTUP EXTERIOR INTERIOR & TECH
Put the C-class sedan on stilts and you get the GLC-class, a competent luxury crossover that also features the excellent interior of its sedan sibling. There’s lots of standard tech and safety, including collision-prevention and crosswind assist, adaptive suspension, and keyless start. The GLC300 has a 241-hp 2.0-liter four that pairs with a paddle-shifted nine-speed automatic and rear drive; all-wheel drive is optional. The seats are comfortable, the interior quiet, just like a real Mercedes.